On March 31, 2015, the Governor of Massachusetts signed an executive order initiating a comprehensive review of all regulations promulgated by the Executive Department and leaving in place the regulatory pause announced by the Administration earlier in the year.
Technological advances in distributed generation and battery storage and their consequent falling costs have the potential to significantly change the electric utility business model and regulatory policies.
I know contract writers who like to state terms, such as property descriptions, several different ways. If you just have to over-describe, at least be careful, and at least be sure the descriptions are consistent.
As the energy system evolves from a macro-utility-centric model to a distributed energy smart grid, a new concern has arisen quite separate from the more publicized battles over net metering and utility mandates—cyber security.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”), U.S. Forest Service, Department of Energy, and General Services Administration (“GSA”) released a final solicitation for the Federal Aggregated Solar Procurement Project (“FASPP”).
During 2014, many of the significant LNG projects proposed for the West Coast of British Columbia seemed to be making progress.
We have long recognized that effects of cyber-attacks are not limited to the virtual space, and can affect our physical environment.
Last week, California Governor Edmund (Jerry) Brown announced a $1 billion emergency drought package and an executive order mandating a statewide 25 percent cut in potable water use through the end of next February.
Coming Down the Pipeline: Risk and Opportunity for the Oil and Gas Sector in the Era of Low Oil Prices
As with any market, supply and demand are key to price. Recently, nowhere else has this been seen more acutely than in the oil & gas markets.